Adult Children of Divorce are among us. And they’re probably not as well-adjusted as they might pretend to be, according to Stu Zicherman, whose directorial debut A.C.O.D. tells the story of Carter (Adam Scott), one such product of divorce, as he helps his younger brother (Clark Duke) prepare for his wedding.
Carter owns a successful restaurant. He has a beautiful girlfriend (Mary Elizabeth Winstead). And he’s successfully managed to keep the peace in his tumultuous family life till his brother asks that he get their parents (Richard Jenkins and Catherine O’Hara), who haven’t spoken in 15 years, to attend his wedding. That’s when everything begins to unravel.
EW spoke to Zicherman about the new poster, working with the ensemble cast of veteran comedians, and being the guy to turn Amy Poehler and Adam Scott, or one of television’s cutest couples, into an antagonistic stepmother and stepson pair.
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